Registered General Nurses (RGN)

Summary of Role

Bluerock are at the forefront of RGN recruitment. In this time we have become experts in sourcing the best RGN talent both in the UK and the EU. A Registered General Nurse (RGN) will traditionally be found working in a variety of workplaces, ranging from nursing homes through to hospital settings.

Whilst being responsible for assessing, planning and implementing appropriate care plans for patients, an RGN will also be required to undertake various nursing procedures and treatment duties, including the administering of medication.

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As we know when a new recruit is taken on board, after training, vetting and further administrative duties, the time period between hiring and commencing work can be long and frustrating. We promise to make the transition as smooth as possible for both you and our worker, allowing you to have a fully staffed rota at your disposal without those lengthy waiting times. And to ensure our hard- working staff can commence work immediately, take a look below at a few extras all of our Registered General Nurses (RGNs) will arrive at your home with:

We carry out an enhanced disclosure and barring service on all of our candidates. This allows the nurse to work in a role with any vulnerable children or adults. Also, this reduces the delays usually associated with beginning work in a new role.

We understand at Bluerock that our staff are the most important aspect of our company. This is why we make sure that all of our staff have undergone and completed our comprehensive training course before being put forward for any potential roles. We provide the necessary training to ensure all of our staff are up to the high level that is expected from every healthcare professional that joins the Bluerock team. For a more detailed look at the training we provide please visit the training section of the website.

As we provide every employee with their very own uniform to start work at their new role, we will save you the time and cost of purchasing this yourself. Equally if you supply your own uniform our staff will be more than happy to wear this instead.

Along with the relevant academic credentials, it is compulsory that for a Registered General Nurse (RGN) to commence work in the United Kingdom, a PIN must be issued from the regulating Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). All our RGNs arrive with a valid and current PIN, ready to commence work as soon as they are given the green light from your home. If an employer or any other individual wishes to check the validity of a nurse’s NMC PIN, the NMC offer a ‘search the register’ service on their official website at the following link: However, here at Bluerock we guarantee that all of our nurses hold a valid NMC PIN to work in their nursing roles.